STAR GAZER Illustrated
Welcome to the "Star Gazer" corner of Software Bisque's web
This section provides illustrations for current astronomical events, based
upon episodes of the "Star Gazer" television
program. All illustrations are created using Software Bisque's TheSky
Select the desired episode:
Fourth Quarter, 2001
- 2001 Dec 31-06 "Earth Closest to the Sun this Week, Mercury at its Best Evening Appearance, and; Jupiter at its Closest and Brightest for the Entire Year!"
- 2001 Dec 24-30 "A Full Moon, and; The King of the Planets at its Brightest and Closest Overhead at Midnight on New Year's Eve!"
- 2001 Dec 17-23 "The First Day
of Winter, and; Why the Shortest Day of the Year Doesn't Feel Like the Shortest"
- 2001 Dec 10-16 "Three Exquisite Star Clusters, and; How
to See Them"
- 2001 Dec 03-09 "The Only Known Asteroid Shower Visits Earth Next Week, and; How
to Watch It!"
- 2001 Nov 26-02 "Saturn at its Best Since the 70's, and; The Moon Pays a Visit to Jupiter"
- 2001 Nov 19-25 "How to Find Uranus by Using Mars, and; Watching the Full Moon Occult the Ringed Planet Saturn"
- 2001 Nov 12-18 "The Moon Meets Mars on Thanksgiving Eve, and; Our Annual '3 Cosmic Birds For Thanksgiving' Show"
- 2001 Nov 05-11 "Star Gazer Celebrates its 25th Anniversary!
The Leonid Meteor Shower May Turn Into a Meteor Storm, and; An Announcement About Mars
You Won't Believe!"
- 2001 Oct 29-04 "Five Pretty Planets For Your Perusal"
- 2001 Oct 22-28 "Two Side-By-Side Planets Glide Together for 11 Days in Pre-Dawn Skies"
- 2001 Oct 15-21 "The Last Full Moon on Halloween until 2020, and; The Seven Sinister Sisters"
- 2001 Oct 08-14 "Some Favorite Autumn Stars, and; Why the Stars Change with the Seasons"
- 2001 Oct 01-07 "See the Milky Way and its Brightest Constellations at Their Very Best Next Week Just After Dark"
Third Quarter, 2001
Second Quarter, 2001
First Quarter, 2001
See the Star Gazer Home Page for scripts for
each of the above episodes, and more.
||This page is provided and maintained by Software
Bisque, Inc., in cooperation with the producers of Star Gazer.